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TOF2841 Arpophyllum giganteum.
Mexico through Colombia..
Arpophyllum giganteum.

 The Candlestick Orchid. Large-growing plants produce beautiful tight cylinders of many small closely spaced light pink flowers with dark pink lips. Not many companies have produced this from seed. "A genus of great antiquity." (Withner, 1998) 
3.00" pot

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TOF2758 Bollea ecuadorana
Bollea ecuadorana

 Two fine forms have been selected as parents. Fan-shaped growths lacking pseudobulbs produce single-flowered inflorescences from the leaf axils. Blooms are a very unusual and beautiful shade of dark pink. Contrasting bright yellow band across lip. This member of the Bollea/Pescatorea family is really great because its flowers display well (unlike some others in the family) Water year round.  
3.50" pot One only
5.00" pot One only / B.S.

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TOF3185 Brassavola digbyana `Laura' x self.
(Rhyncholaelia digbyana.)
Mexico through Central America..
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 (Rhyncholaelia digbyana) National flower of Honduras. Epiphyte with tough-looking foliage grows in good light. Single large amazing flowers are yellow-green with prominent fringed lip. Lemon scented at night. Famous species is not so common anymore. Very limited. 
2.00" pot

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TOF3345 Broughtonia domingensis (Laelia domingensis).
Hispanola. (Haiti and Dominican Republic)..
Broughtonia domingensis (Laelia domingensis).

 Very pretty, the large lip dominates in both form and color. Very limited. Lip is a cheerful lilac color with yellow veins and yellow center. Seven or eight flowers are grouped at the end of long spikes. It’s epiphytic habitat in very warm coastal areas indicates that it requires a good amount of light and probably should be mounted. By John Lindley and Joseph Paxton, drawing by L. A. L. Constans (Paxton's Flower Garden, volume 3, plate 105) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons  
2.00" empty net pot

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TD328 Bulbophyllum (Cirrhopetalum) sp. `Java'.
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 Several small flowers arranged in a 1 ¼” diameter umbel. Overall color is “fawn” – with some reddish micro spotting and a small reddish dorsal sepal.  
5.00" pot / B.S.

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